The change America was offered in the presidential campaign of 2008 was certainly change, but not the change that the vast majority of Americans would have asked for. Massive new debt, high unemployment, the loss of job opportunities, a worsening of our dependence on foreign energy, massively expanding government generally, government takeover of healthcare, extraconstitutional and illegal executive orders, a massive reduction in our military capacity and nuclear superiority (that was used to bring down the Soviet Union and provide stability to the world), promotion of envy and class warfare, and on and on.
I and many others like me believe that many if not all of these changes have been foisted upon us intentionally by the current administration and their supporters in Congress, in academia, and in much of major media. But even if you are one who cannot bring yourself to look at the evidence that would support this position, it would seem to be an act of willful blindness towards reality to look at the current disaster that is our national state, and believe that (as the current Obama re-election ad states) “We've made a lot of progress, but we still have a long way to go!”, or the idea that “sure it's bad, but without us it would have been much worse!". Surely, any evaluation of our current state that uses even a semblance of objectivity would conclude that the current policies, even ignoring the causative philosophy behind these policies, have produced our current disastrous quagmire (with warnings coming seemingly daily that an even worse conditions are fast approaching if we do not seriously change course quickly!). Not only did Obama's policies not fix the problems we faced in 2008, but by every honest measurement everything is much much worse! Yes, as candidate Obama proclaimed in 2008, America once again needs "change"--but not the change he and his administration and his supporters in congress brought us. Please join me in praying for a "great awakening" in our land that will open the eyes of even those who have to this point been blind (willfully or otherwise) to the negative change of the last four years. Let us all be eager to welcome the gift, the grace, of real change--for the better--represented by the ticket of Romney/Ryan.
God bless always,
Ricky Lee Jackson, MD
The change America was offered in the presidential campaign of 2008 was certainly change, but not the change that the vast majority of Americans would have asked for.
Massive new debt, high unemployment, the loss of job opportunities, a worsening of our dependence on foreign energy, massively expanding government generally, government takeover of healthcare, extraconstitutional and illegal executive orders, a massive reduction in our military capacity and nuclear superiority (that was used to bring down the Soviet Union and provide stability to the world), promotion of envy and class warfare, and on and on.
I, and many others like me, believe that many if not all of these changes have been foisted upon us intentionally by the current administration and their supporters in Congress, in academia, and in much of major media. But even if you are one who cannot bring yourself to look at the evidence that would support this position, it would seem to be an act of willful blindness towards reality to look at the current disaster that is our national state, and believe that (as the current Obama re-election ad states) “We've made a lot of progress, but we still have a long way to go!” or the implied idea that “sure it's bad, but without us it would have been much worse!".
Surely, any evaluation of our current state that uses even a semblance of objectivity would conclude that the current policies, even ignoring the causative philosophy behind these policies, have produced our current disastrous quagmire (with warnings coming seemingly daily that even worse conditions are fast approaching if we do not seriously change course quickly!).
Not only did Obama's policies not fix the problems we faced in 2008, but by every honest measurement everything is much much worse! Yes, as candidate Obama proclaimed in 2008, America once again needs "change" -- but not the change he and his administration and his supporters in congress brought us.
Please join me in praying for a "great awakening" in our land that will open the eyes of even those who have to this point been blind (willfully or otherwise) to the negative change of the last four years. Let us all be eager to welcome the gift, the grace, of real change -- for the better -- represented by the ticket of Romney/Ryan.
God bless always,
Ricky Lee Jackson, MD
AKA, Rick the Doctor

What Fox News Says About Ricky Lee Jackson:

"He’s the new Joe the Plumber; now there's Rick the Doctor...
Some have joined Tea Parties, stormed town halls, others like family practice physician and country recording artist Ricky Lee Jackson have taken to the microphone... 
he wants his country back." 
~ Fox and Friends / Fox News
 

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